“CNN Politics Campaign 2016: Like, Share, Elect”

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CNN Politics Campaign 2016: Like, Share, Elect

“CNN Politics Campaign 2016: Like, Share, Elect”

In partnership with CNN Politics, Facebook, Instagram, Zignal Labs, Pivit and Foxtales, the Newseum presents “CNN Politics Campaign 2016: Like, Share, Elect,” a new interactive exhibit that tells the story of the 2016 presidential campaign in real time.
Photo Credit: Maria Bryk/Newseum

Pivit Political Prediction Markets

Pivit Political Prediction Markets

For what has been dubbed the “data election,” CNN has partnered with Pivit to create a real-time political prediction market index to capture the public’s opinion on the key question, “Who do you think will win?” CNN and Pivit have upped the ante by bringing CNN’s Political Prediction Market to the Newseum so that visitors can weigh in with their own predictions.
Photo Credit: Maria Bryk/Newseum

CNN Magic Wall

CNN Magic Wall

With two installations of CNN’s famous Magic Wall, visitors have the chance to explore voter demographics in some of the key states and races at the heart of the campaign.
Photo Credit: Maria Bryk/Newseum

Zignal Command Center

Zignal Command Center

The Zignal Labs Command Center displays real-time trending issues and events that influence campaigns and the journalists who cover them. Visitors can toggle between candidates and visualizations of cross media (social, print and digital news) analysis.
Photo Credit: Maria Bryk/Newseum

CNN Facebook #CampaignConfessional

CNN Facebook #CampaignConfessional

CNN and Facebook are touring the country, capturing messages and posing voter’s questions to candidates. This interactive exhibit, a custom visual experience built and powered by FoxTales, gives Newseum visitors that same opportunity to record a campaign message to share it and get their questions answered.
Photo Credit: Maria Bryk/Newseum

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